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Category: U.S.

Justices warn of new religious test over same-sex ‘marriage’

Three members of the Wyoming Supreme Court have bowed to the nation’s politically correct climate and have issued a public censure to a lower-court judge for declaring her Christian beliefs, an action protected by the state constitution. The 3-2 decision by the state court majority of E. James Burke, William Hill and Kate Fox, however, was […] …

This day in WND history: Yankee bin-Doodle Dandy

Yankee bin-Doodle Dandy?  March 8, 2003: Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Ohio, was trying to get herself out of hot water on this day in 2003 after making an analogy between Osama bin Laden and those who fought and won America’s independence. “One could say that Osama bin Laden and these non-nation-state fighters with religious purpose are very […] …

Chorus calling Trump ‘America’s reprieve’ grows

The chorus is growing of leaders describing Donald Trump’s election as president of the United States as a reprieve from the nation’s political and cultural decline. WND’s CEO, Joseph Farah, whose new book “The Restitution of All Things: Israel, Christians and the End of the Age” looks at the ultimate restoration of planet earth, last month asked […] …

Public erupts on N.Y. Times ad promoting paper as ‘Truth’

As the legendary comedian Rodney Dangerfield was famous for saying, “I don’t get no respect.” And now the New York Times might understand exactly what he meant by that. Just last month, President Donald Trump labeled the newspaper as “fake news,” along with other outlets including NBC, ABC, CBS and CNN. And now, an advertisement […] …

CNN cuts congressman’s feed as he spills the beans

A U.S. congressman was abruptly disconnected from his CNN interview Monday just as he began citing statistics revealing 300 refugees admitted to the U.S. are being investigated by the FBI in domestic terrorism cases. CNN correspondent Dana Bash was interviewing Rep. Scott Taylor, R-Va., on the issue of President Trump’s revised travel ban, which bars entry […] …

GOP critics of Trump health-care plan propose ‘clean repeal’

Republican critics of the health-insurance bill unveiled by the party’s House leadership Monday night held a press conference in front of the Capitol Tuesday afternoon calling for a two-step process that begins with a simple bill to repeal Obamacare. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., argued that Republicans are “united on repeal and divided on replacement.” He […] …

WikiLeaks warns of feds’ ability for ‘undetectable assassinations’

Back in 2016, WND reported on a warning that was issue by a privacy organization concerning the possibility that vehicle computer systems could be hacked, and people could end up being injured. Now a dump of documents from WikiLeaks that purportedly are inside-the-CIA plans and strategies is revealing the government was working two years earlier […] …

Judge rejects ACLU demand for $231,000 from Kim Davis

A federal magistrate has rejected the ACLU’s demand for $231,000 in legal fees from Kim Davis, the famous county clerk in Kentucky who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. A federal judge sent her to jail for six days for her refusal, but her case ended when she got exactly what she asked for: […] …

Ex-Secret Service agent: Media missing wiretap story point

President Trump has caught plenty of flak from the establishment media and members of Congress for his weekend statement that his predecessor, Barack Obama, had Trump Tower wiretapped while Trump was still a candidate. Some believe Trump is lying, while others think he may have pressured the FBI to tell him about an investigation against him. […] …